Laser Vaginal Tightening (LVT)

An all-encompassing term, “vaginal rejuvenation,” refers to all modifications made to the vaginal anatomy, including tightening. It could be internal, external, or even both. The muscles surrounding the vagina weaken (but do not completely weaken) with ageing and vaginal childbirth.

For a variety of reasons, some women accept these changes while others wish to go back. They can recover the firmness of their vagina with a surgery called laser vaginal tightening (or vaginal rejuvenation). Additionally, vaginal rejuvenation aids in preventing incontinence, dryness, and other issues.

It is crucial for a gynaecologist to find out the patient’s motivations before beginning any cosmetic operation of this nature. In order to provide ethical care, a good (cosmetic) gynaecologist always follows the proper protocol. Additionally, the patient will be told that no cosmetic operation will return her vagina to the condition it was in when she was 16 years old. While certain modifications cannot be entirely undone, significant adjustments can be made to a significant amount with the use of cutting-edge therapeutic techniques.

What Is Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Any surgery carried out to alter the anatomy of the vagina is categorised as vaginal rejuvenation. This technique is frequently done to address issues brought on by ageing or vaginal birth, such as:

  • Laxity is the lack of vaginal tightness. It is possible to tighten the vagina via surgical, nonsurgical, or laser methods.
  • Incontinence caused by stress in the urinary system occurs when urine or Excreta comes out uncontrollably.
  • When oestrogen levels drop because of ageing, medicine, or other circumstances, there is insufficient lubrication in the vagina.

Who Opts For Laser Vaginal Tightening?

Women who gave birth vaginally in a healthy way. Because the muscles in the pelvis region and those surrounding the vagina are greatly stretched, the tightness of the vagina will be diminished. As time goes on, the tightness returns, but not to how it was before the birth. The lady may choose this treatment if she feels that the tightness has not returned or that the vagina is still loose and unable to sense orgasm.

Older women Estrogen levels decrease as people age. particularly for females who have had menopause. This causes the vagina to become dry, which causes discomfort and suffering during intercourse.

What Are The Different Types Of Advanced Energy Based Treatments For Vaginal Tightening?

Radio Frequency Treatment : The tissues surrounding the vagina are heated using electromagnetic radiation during radio frequency treatment. Despite having far lower energy levels, these waves resemble microwaves.

CO2 laser therapy :The laser causes the tissue’s outermost layers to heat up. This instructs the inside tissues to produce more collagen. Collagen synthesis makes the skin tighter and firmer.

Other Ways To Tighten The Vagina And The Pelvic Muscles Include:

  • Kegels and pelvic floor exercises can assist to avoid prolapse of various organs as well as the tissues around the vagina by consistently strengthening the pelvic floor muscles.
  • Vaginal tightening surgery is known as vaginoplasty.

What Are The Benefits Of Laser Treatment For Vaginal Tightening?

The following are advantages of laser vaginal rejuvenation treatment:
  • very little blood loss
  • fewer pains
  • Fast healing and lower risk of infection

This procedure is done in daycare. Vaginal or vulvar scarring may occur under exceptional conditions (usually with inexperienced doctors).

How Long A Woman Has To Wait To Have Sex After Vaginal Tightening?

3 days would be good enough time for recovery and to have sex. If there are any signs of pain, vaginal or bladder infections or bleeding, contact your specialist immediately.

Is Laser Vaginal Tightening A Permanent Solution?

Tightening vagina using laser is not a permanent solution. Multiple sessions should be taken and you will need to see your gynecologist again after 8 to 12 months.

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